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MCS sophomores host indoor rummage sale

Don't let the wind or rain get you down--this event's inside. Mitchell Christian School's sophomores will hold an indoor rummage sale at the school on April 30. According to the school, the rummage sale is a fundraiser for its mission trip in 201...

Don't let the wind or rain get you down-this event's inside.

Mitchell Christian School's sophomores will hold an indoor rummage sale at the school on April 30. According to the school, the rummage sale is a fundraiser for its mission trip in 2017. It is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 30, and will feature rummage sale items and concessions.

The school said sophomores will sell items as a class, and rent sale booths to interested parties.

Books or clothes can be dropped off at MCS for the sophomores to sell; the school said other items can be saved for next year's annual benefit auction.

To rent a sales booth, call 996-8861. Rental price for a 10-by-10 booth space with two tables is $30; extra tables are $5 each. Booth rental fees go to the class, but proceeds from item sales stay with the seller.

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